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Tissue Sentence Context

Table 1. Analysis of context sentence of hair tissue in 42 abstracts.

PMID Senteces
32170800 This is a consensus of Chinese experts on protective measures and advice on hand-cleaning- and medical-glove-related hand protection, mask- and goggles-related face protection, UV-related protection, eye protection, nasal and oral mucosa protection, outer ear, and hair protection.
32223004 Dermatoscope is a convenient diagnostic tool used by dermatologists in the diagnosis of skin, hair and nail disorders.
32301221 A preliminary observation of high frequency of male pattern hair loss among admitted COVID-19 patients and suggest that androgen expression might be a clue to COVID-19 severity.
32307189 COVID-19 infection could have deleterious effects on cochlear hair cell functions despite being asymptomatic.
32337386 Given the unique circumstances for UM patients, along with indications of potential ophthalmologic transmission as a result of healthcare providers working in close proximity to patients and intrinsic infectious risk from eyelashes, tears and hair, practice strategies may be adapted to reduce the risk of viral transmission.
32381140 Examples include universal masking of providers and patients; decreasing thresholds to test asymptomatic patients; using face shields and N95 respirators regardless of symptoms and test results; novel additions to the list of aerosol-generating procedures; and more comprehensive personal protective equipment including hair, shoe, and leg covers.
32563581 Coupled with dermoscopic images, diseases such as hair loss, pediculosis capitis, skin tumor, and scabies, were diagnosed promptly.
32573966 The examination concerned pre- and during-pandemic routine hygiene activities such as hands washing, hair washing, bathing, the use of disinfectants, and use of specific type of cosmetics. […] In contrary to that, number of people washing their hair decreased slightly.
32594627 This study examined the possible effects of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on hair and scalp diseases such as telogen effluvium (TE), alopecia areata (AA), and seborrheic dermatitis (SD) in individuals who had to stay at home for a long time and the patients’ methods of dealing with these diseases.
32603309 Personal protective equipment such as face masks, disposable gowns, hair covers, gloves, and shoe covers is often used to prevent contamination from patient contact and droplets.
32614116 The terms “acne”, “hair loss”, “eczema”, “genital warts”, “molluscum contagiosum”, “botox”, “skin cancer”, and “sunscreen” were analyzed on April 1, May 1, June1, 2020, and the corresponding period of the previous year in Turkey and Italy by using Google Trends. […] The relative change of search term “acne” was +10, +29, +13/-1, +17,+33, “hair loss” was +14, +40, +16/+3, +16, +15, and “eczema” was +2, +34, -4/ +3, +25, +18, on the other hand, the relative change of the “genital warts” was -15, -48, +10/-44, -30, +18 and “molluscum contagiosum” was -12, -2, -4/-4, -1, -12 while “botox” was, -10, -43, -8/-41, -31, +4, “skin cancer” was -27, -38, -38/-22,+33, -7 and sunscreen was -6, -25, -71/-13, 0, -45 in Turkey/Italy on April 1, May 1, and June 1, 2020, respectively. […] The search terms including “acne”, “eczema”, “hair loss” appears to be increasing while “molluscum contagiosum”, “genital warts” “botox”, “skin cancer”, and “sunscreen” decreasing in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic.
32641368 Of these participants, four did not perform the fit testing due to the inability to detect saccharin solution on premask placement sensitivity test, lack of time and inability to place mask over hair.
32673300 On May 12, 2020 (day 0), a hair stylist at salon A in Springfield, Missouri (stylist A), developed respiratory symptoms and continued working with clients until day 8, when the stylist received a positive test result for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). […] A second hair stylist (stylist B), who had been exposed to stylist A, developed respiratory symptoms on May 15, 2020 (day 3), and worked with clients at salon A until day 8 before seeking testing for SARS-CoV-2, which returned a positive result on day 10.
32720862 The width of a human hair sourced from a female elementary school student was measured by light diffraction using red and blue laser pointers. […] The two laser sources both provided consistent estimates of the hair diameter of approximately 50 μm.
32767466 Contact dermatitis, acne accompanying dermatitis, cicatricial hair loss, lichen planus, and zona zoster infection rates were significantly higher (P values were .007, <.001 .009 .04 and .03 respectively> </.001>
32768772 However, experimental work examining the direct actions of chloroquine on mechanoreceptive hair cells in common experimental models is lacking. […] This study examines the effects of chloroquine on hair cells using two common experimental models: the zebrafish lateral line and neonatal mouse cochlear cultures. […] Zebrafish larvae were exposed to varying concentrations of chloroquine phosphate or hydroxychloroquine for 1 h or 24 h, and hair cells assessed by antibody staining. […] A significant, dose-dependent reduction in the number of surviving hair cells was seen across conditions for both exposure periods. […] In mouse cochlear cultures, chloroquine damage was specific to outer hair cells in tissue from the cochlear basal turn, consistent with susceptibility to other ototoxic agents.
32792769 Aerosol and plume-regenerating procedures (such as ablative lasers on the face), prolonged surgeries on head (such as hair transplantation), intraoral, and intranasal procedures are considered high risk.
32837748 The masks were then dried using an ordinary household hair dryer to recharge the masks with electrostatic charge to recover their filtration function (the so-called “hot water decontamination + charge regeneration” method).
32857301 Some of the patients complained of symptoms such as exertional dyspnea, weakness and new-onset hair loss.
32870117 Tracheotomy for patients with COVID-19 can be done with minimal risk to the surgical providers when standard personal protective equipment is used (surgical gown, gloves, eye protection, hair cap, and N95 mask).
32884675 Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) is a chronic, inflammatory, recurrent, and debilitating skin disease of the hair follicle unit that typically develops after puberty.
32892459 There are multiple etiologies for hair thinning and loss, including genetic, hormonal, immune, scaring, and infectious. […] Hair loss treatment involves both surgical intervention and nonsurgical therapies such as pharmaceuticals, haircare products, vitamins, and low-level laser therapy (LLLT). […] With so many available treatments, consumers often research their options using search engines such as Google and/or seek help from hair restoration physicians. […] To identify and analyze changing trends in international consumer and physician interest in nonsurgical hair loss therapies. […] Worldwide trends in Google searches of hair loss products (2004-2020) were compared with product prescription frequency surveys from members of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (2004-2019, ~29% response rate). […] Minoxidil and finasteride were the most prescribed hair loss treatments, while “minoxidil” was the most “Googled” term. […] Nutritionals and haircare prescriptions increased over time. […] The COVID-19 pandemic initially negatively affected hair loss treatment searches, which have since returned to, and surpassed, pre-pandemic levels. […] Regulations and social media have influence on consumer interest in hair loss products. […] A weak economy and coronavirus fears may persuade consumers to turn to cheaper hair loss treatment alternatives. […] Hair restoration specialists need to keep abreast of online trends to communicate effectively with their patients. […] Patients should be cognizant of the safety and efficacy of hair restoration treatments.
32907872 After gaining permission to trim the patient’s facial hair by engaging with the patient, his family and religious leaders, his mask fit objectively improved, his hypoxaemia markedly improved and an unnecessary intubation was avoided. […] Trimming of facial hair should be considered in all patients on NIV who might have any limitations with mask fit and seal that would hamper ventilation, including patients who have facial hair for religious reasons.
32945026 Hair loss affects most people at some point in their lifetime, causing anxiety and decreased self-esteem. […] Many surgeons who provide these treatments belong to the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgeons (ISHRS). […] To investigate trends in surgical hair restoration treatment from both the surgeon and patient perspectives. […] Patient epidemiological and surgical data from the ISHRS were combined with search trend data from Google to analyze changing trends in surgical hair restoration treatment. […] Worldwide Internet searches for “hair transplant” have increased from 2004 to the present. […] Follicular unit excision (FUE) has supplanted follicular unit transplant (FUT) as the most popular hair transplant performed. […] Hair restoration clinics and Google searches were affected adversely by the COVID-19 pandemic. […] Technological advances in available therapies, improvement in delivery systems, changes in hair fashion, and global events have direct impact on hair restoration treatments offered by physicians and researched by patients. […] It is in the best interest of all hair restoration providers to keep abreast of changing technologies and treatment trends to stay at the forefront of their profession.
32960282 Due to the COVID-19 pandemic increasing the use of hand disinfectants, we investigated the effect of frequent use of ethanol-based hand disinfectants (EBHD) on the levels of the alcohol marker ethyl glucuronide (EtG) in hair. […] Hair samples were collected from 10 health professionals (8 nondrinkers, 2 rarely drinking individuals) and EtG was examined in hair. […] EtG (~2 pg/mg) was only detected in the hair sample of a nondrinker using EBHD 60-70 times per working day. […] Our data provide no evidence that frequent EBHD use results in hair EtG levels above the recommended Society of Hair Testing cutoff for repeated alcohol consumption (5 pg/mg).
32975297 Demographic features, personal hygiene behavior, personal protective equipment (PPE) use, Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale-Anxiety (HADS-A) parameters, and symptoms of various dermatological diseases (xerosis, eczema, acne, hair loss, palmar hyperhidrosis, xeromycteria, urticaria, aphthous stomatitis, and seborrheic dermatitis) were investigated. […] The severity of all complaints except hair loss and seborrheic dermatitis correlated significantly with HADS-A.
33022336 Facial hair is considered to be an impediment for achieving a competent seal.
33091758 Due to the reports of the high prevalence of androgenic alopecia in hospitalized patients with COVID-19 and a higher risk of respiratory disease and increased use of allergy/asthma medications among patients with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) as a hyperandrogenism condition compared with non-PCOS women, this review aimed to evaluate androgens role in COVID-19. 42 related articles from 2008 to 2020 were reviewed with the keywords of androgens, hormonal factors, and hair loss in combination with COVID-19 in medical research databases.
33140926 Although hearing sensitivity was normal among some participants, it was statistically proved that TEOAEs could pick up subtle deterioration in the outer hair cells functions and impact on the cochlear.
33157182 Factors including age, sex, the presence of eyewear or facial hair, distraction and fatigue were analyzed as possible contributing factors that increase likelihood of facial contact. […] Age, glasses, and presence of facial hair were not contributing factors.
33190397 Telogen effluvium (TE) is one of the most common form of hair loss in women. […] In our cases, patients never had a TE diagnosis before and did not report previous evident hair loss.
33230486 In addition, some patients who recovered from COVID-19 reported hair loss a few months after the onset of the disease.
33296096 ACE2 was present in the nucleus of the epithelium of the middle ear and Eustachian tube, as well as in some nuclei of the hair cells in the organ of Corti, in the stria vascularis, and the spiral ganglion cells.
33300948 Medical procedure mask modifications included (1) tying the mask’s ear loops and tucking in the side pleats, (2) fastening ear loops behind the head with 3-dimensional-printed ear guards, (3) fastening ear loops behind the head with a claw-type hair clip, (4) enhancing the mask/face seal with rubber bands over the mask, and (5) enhancing the mask/face seal with a band of nylon hosiery over the fitted mask.
33316115 With regard to the hair, clinicopathological correlations have remained elusive. […] More recently, androgenetic alopecia and grey hair have been proposed as cutaneous markers for elevated severity risk. […] The onset and acuity of hair shedding depended on the clinical severity of disease. […] There was complete recovery of hair.
33351362 It was found that both TMPRSS2 expression and a more severe course of coronavirus infection are observed in men with hyperandrogenism - androgenic alopecia, acne, excessive facial hair growth and increased skin oiliness.
33364368 A combination of wigs (grey hair, hairdo), 3D Probondo transfers (forehead wrinkles), old age stipple (crow’s feet), and colouring (age spots) were used to achieve the old-age effects, while SPs wore scarves to cover their neckline.
33387387 Telogen effluvium (TE), a common hair disease, is supposed to be related to stress, which could be secondary to poor sleep. […] In parallel, trichodynia is a sensorial symptom that is commonly related with hair diseases, including TE.
33405302 Telogen effluvium (TE) is characterized by diffuse hair shedding 2-3 months after a stressor, and COVID-19 infection is potentially one such stressor. […] On average, the hair shedding began 50 days after the first symptom of COVID-19 infection.
33425239 After the COVID-19 outbreak, 61.5% of the residents were afraid of being infected by a patient’s disease and the proportions of dentists wearing waterproof gowns, face shields, and surgical hair caps were 76.9%, 88.5%, and 76.3%, respectively.
33496803 PPE consists of liquid-proof gowns, gloves, and filtering face pieces (FFP; FFP 2 as a standard, FFP 3 for aerosol-releasing interventions), a hair cover, and protective goggles.
33595849 Whereas a significant increase of interest in dry skin, hair shedding, oily hair, atopic dermatitis, and hand eczema was detected during the study.